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Feb. 21, 1976, edition 1 /
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I LOOKED AND
By Rev. C. R. Stone
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God never leaves His children alone for long. He has us directly
in mind even when we sometimes forget and deny Him as being
our primary source for everything. If our God never leaves us
alone, and He does not, who wuold not enjoy serving Him who
continues to show loving care? God does not provide for us
simply because we totally meet all of His specific
requirements-He does so anyway. If the idea expressed here were
the true personalityGod, none of us would receive anything from
the God of men's salvation. However, it is not so that we just
have to be so precise to the letter in order to secure some key
favors from our God.
God very well understands that the Holy Trinity belongs in a
category all set apart to itself. Therefore, the category of the
Holy trinity is called the "Holy of Holies. 'Because of this
special setting, anything which men attempt to offer in this
channel as a sacrifice would certainly be insufficient. Since men
cannot offer a supreme sacrifice of wothiness to our God, all men
need to learn how to forever depend on Him for their total care.
God is not like men who quickly cut others asunder because
we do not always reach to the mark of the high calling as
demonstrated likened unto Jesus Christ our Lord. However, I am
certainly not presenting any kind of excuse for men afar off nor
nearby to lean on because God can drop men from His divine
provisons list without further notice. In other words, let it be well
known today that most of us who are of a reasonable age have
already received sufficient notice on how we should rely on Him
for our well-being.
All persons and all things which God has brought into
existence, our Father knows how to sustain. In fact, men are not
residing here on earth by mistake although we are prone to
making the same, but rather God has so willed that we come to
earth to live in a heavenly atmosphere through serving men
according to His purpose thus finding an everlasting place of rest
with Him in the future. ""-
While we labor here on earth, God's provisions are likened
unto a slew of hogs that find themselves feasting under an acorn
tree. The hogs are steadily eating acorns and when it appears that
no more fruit will fall to the ground for their consumption, more
accorns suddenly fall to ease their starvation.
He who hath ears to hear-let him hear.
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Medical College will
the Harold D. West Basic
Sciences Center in honor of the
fust black president of the
college who served in this
capacity for 14 years
ceremonies will be held from
February 26, according to Dr.
Edward High, Chairman of the
The new basic sciences
building will provide teaching,
laboratory and office space for
students in medicine, dentistry
and graduate studies and will
house a new animal hospital. It
will bring together the
departments of anatomical
sciences, biochemistry and
pathology, pharmacology and
physiology. The requirements
for multidisciplinary teaching
and laboratory areas were
considered in designing the
building and each laboratory
will be adaptable to the
teaching needs of more! than
The Center will contain
292,000 gross square feet of
floor area distributed over six
levels. Outdoors will be
introduced into the interior
through the four-story atrium,
the circulation center for the
whole complex. At either end
of this sky-lighted space there
will be elevated shafts and
and its opening coincides with PRESENCE IN THE ERA OF ekls, and replicas ot documents Room Wall of Fame that will area.
the annual national observance THE AMERICAN and letters that paint a verbal feature the likenesses of blacks tour guides will be available tot
of Black History Month and the REVOLUTION exhibit that portrait of some aspects of the noted for their achievements in a assistance.
Better Homes and Gardens Club
Sponsors Pre-Vafenfine Celebration
On Monday February 9, the
members of the Better Homes
and Garden Club entertained
their husbands and friends at a
Pre-Valcntine Fun Night at the
home of Gardener Catherine
Page, 123 Masondale Ave.
,.The home was beautifully
decorated carrying the. theme
of Valentine's Day.' Members
of the club prepared a lovely
table of repasts. The guests
were invited into the dining
room, buffet style, and loaded
their plates with a variety of
Games were played which
began an evening of fun. Many
gifts were given to the winners.
Also, door prizes were given to
the guests. The Program
Chairman, Gardener Beulah
Hill, prepared songs for the
group to sing. Gardener
Mildred Smith led in the
singing of "Loves Old Sweet
Song, I Love you Truly, and
Sweet Mystery of Life." The
following guests and members
declared the event a most
enjoyable evening of fun: Elvin
Eings, W. L. Watson, J. W.Hill,
Mrs. William Allison, Mrs.
Modessa Justice and Ms. Nettie
Davis. Members: Ella Brown,
Mable Bryant, Magnolia Eings,
Ella Floyd, Beulah Hill,
Thomasine Shaw, Mildred
Veree, Frances watson and
Rev. and Mrs. R. E. Page who
hosted the fun night. The
President, Gardener Ella
Brown, thanked Mrs. Page for a
most enjoyable evening.
A special service sponsored
by the decendants of Jesse J.
Smith will be held at Corinth A.
M. E. Zion Church, Siler City,
Feb. 22 at 2:30 p.m. Guest
speaker: "Soul Searcher", Rev.
Luther G. Brown, pastor of
Coley Springs Missionary Church
of Warren ton.
Rev. Brown, the son of Rev.
D. F. Brown, pastor of Lamberts
Chapel Baptist Church, is a
native of Wake County. He was
educated in the Durham City
Schools and attended P. E.
Green Bible Institute. He
received an Honorary Doctor of
Divinity degree from the
Universal Life Church,
Tampa, Fla. He attended Central
Bible Institute Durham. The
congregation and choirs of
Lamberts Chapel will
accompany Rev. Brown.
Ms. Susan Norman, an
outstanding A & T State
University Alumna, has been
elected president of the A & T
State University Alumni
Association, Durham Chapter.
Ms. Norman has served in
several capacities prior to
becoming the 1st lady
B' IF Thornton, National
Alumnus Officer, installed the
new officers which are as
President, Susan Norman,
Vice-President, Johnnie Jones,
III, Secretary, Patricia Hayes,
Assistant Secretary, Lucretia
Long, Treasurer, Lemuel
Over fifty Aggies wsre
present for the installation
service at the Durham College
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